Any person(s) who will be maintaining, setting-up, cleaning machinery and/or equipment, and will be exposed to a hazard and the machine will be engaged / energized. (Punch pess operators, supervisors, and maintenance workers}
The lockout tagout certification course will teach compliance and procedures and the importance of the supervisor's role in ensuring compliance. Lockout tagout training will also review legal applications / ramifications, OH &
SA related fines, penalties when not locking out machinery properly in the workplace.
- Review legal applications/ramifications - OH&SA related fines & penalties.
- Who is required to Lockout? Why?
- Importance of the supervisor's role in ensuring compliance in locking out equipment.
- When is it required for equipment to be locked out.
- Identify and list sources of energy at this location and gives an example of each.
- Review in detail your specific policies & procedures.
- Who requires notification when lockout procedure is to be used?
- Case study - review an actual case and discuss what could have been done to prevent the accident that occurred in the case study.
- Learner evaluation / test.
- Define lockout / tagout
- Applicable Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations
- Canadian Standards Association Z142 - 02 Code for Power Press
- Operation: Health, Safety, and Guarding Requirements
- Responsibilities and liability
- Basic understanding of hydraulic and mechanical power presses
- Different kinds of energy
- Generic lockout procedures vs. machine specific lockout procedures
- Safety blocking devices
- Isolating energy sources
- Air counterbalance considerations
Each tainee will be required to successfully complete a multiple choice test. (Reqires a 90% passing grade). Unpon seccessful completion your trainee will be certified for (3) years.
The onsite lockout testing takes half day. (Classes are a maximum of 20 trainees).